Rudolf II, Margrave of Baden-Baden - Wikipedia

Rudolf II, Margrave of Baden-Baden

Rudolf II, Margrave of Baden-Baden (died 14 February 1295) was the second son of Margrave Rudolf I and his wife Kunigunde of Eberstein. Until his father's death, he was known as Rudolf the Younger; after his father's death, he was known as Rudolf the Elder, to distinguish him from his youngest brother.

Rudolf II, Margrave of Baden-Baden
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Died(1295-02-14)14 February 1295
Noble familyHouse of Zähringen
Spouse(s)Adelaide of Ochsenstein
FatherRudolf I, Margrave of Baden-Baden
MotherKunigunde of Eberstein

Rudolf II married Adelaide of Ochsenstein, who was the widow of a Count of Strassberg. She had a son and two daughters from her first marriage. Her daughter Gerrtud married Rudolf's youngest brother Rudolph III.

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  • Albert Krieger (1889), "Rudolf, Markgrafen von Baden", Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB) (in German), 29, Leipzig: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 523–525
Rudolf II, Margrave of Baden-Baden
 Died: 1332
Preceded by
Rudolf I
Margrave of Baden-Baden
1288-1295
With: Hesso, Herman VII and Rudolf III
Succeeded by
Rudolf III and
Rudolf Hesso